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Law enforcement officials are saying that a plane crash in Connecticut on Tuesday was likely intentional. The crash had only one survivor. (New York Times) Hackers can now eavesdrop on your Skype calls without your knowledge, and their methods are almost undetectable. Watch out! (The Atlantic) Costumeish, a Halloween costume company, has come under fire recently […]

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While everyone was cramming for Midterms, ESC passed legislation to put a campus ban on smoking. Multiple perspectives were considered, but ultimately, response to a survey swayed the council. Finn Klauber takes you through this important moment in Columbia Engineering student government history. In the most exciting meeting so far of the 2016 Engineering Student Council, […]

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Smoking kills. Just say no. Blah blah blah. We’ve all heard it before, and yet, the promise of a cig break and the potential love-at-first-sight meeting with another smoker scream too hard. Until you’re addicted. Here’s a post for all the Barnard students smoking outside the chastity gates, the frosh socializing outside Carman, and the […]

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